Zombie or Exhausted Revenue Manager?

As many hotels gear up for the impending festivities of Halloween, so begins the spooky sightings of ghouls, goblins, political leaders and celebrities roaming the hotel halls. This is in addition to, of course, the costumed guests that will also soon be checking in.

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Three Revenue Management Lessons the Hospitality Industry Can Learn from Retail

Although they represent two different industries, hoteliers and retailers actually have the same business goal. They’re both trying to maximize revenue for limited, perishable inventory – and they’re doing so for customers with variable price sensitivities over a fixed period of time.

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The Trek of a Revenue Pioneer

BBC Travel recently featured six individuals referred to as ‘Travel Pioneers’ on their website. From cycling the Atlantic Ocean to capturing photographs of disappearing tribes to years spent hoofing the globe on foot, these Travel Pioneers are changing the way that we think about travel, as we’ve always known it.

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Talking Analytics: Orange Peel is Orange

Last week, I participated in a panel discussion at the Hotel Distribution Event 2015 in London (and I must say thank you for having me – what a great event!) It really is an exciting time to be a part of the hospitality and travel industry.

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